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Gasbags


Published 1941


This wartime farce concerns the Crazy Gang who get involved in World War Two, which for them means running a fish and chips shop off a barrage balloon, floating accidentally into Germany, being interned in a concentration camp, acting as Hitler doubles and escaping.
The Crazy Gang starred in something short of a dozen movies in the late 1930s and early 1940s, a sort of all-star supporting comics' series.


Run time 73 min.
Producer Edward Black
Production Company Gainsborough Pictures
Audio/Visual sound, black & white
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Reviews

Reviewer: Dr Feel Rotten - - January 23, 2011
Subject: Likable, but
It just falls dead flat.. The cast is great, acting good, but the plot just falls apart..We already know history so...Oh well..
Reviewer: Ed Jr - - January 20, 2010
Subject: Golden Oldies
No, not four srars. One at best. Really corney, odd.
Reviewer: robertn - - March 21, 2009
Subject: Enjoyable Comedy
This film is an entertaining comedy visually as well as verbally. The MPEG 4 is good quality in both of these areas. It's silly, delightful and fast-paced -- the closer you pay attention, the more jokes you'll catch. Easily watched twice to see what you've missed. A fun film for sure, similar to "One, Two, Three".
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